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T-Mobile upgrades hundreds of cell sites with additional low-band LTE coverage

Two weeks after its last round of low-band LTE upgrades, T-Mobile has confirmed that more low-band LTE improvements have been made to its network. T-Mo says that hundreds of cell sites across the country have gotten low-band LTE coverage upgrades over the last two weeks. These upgrades typically include both 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. The latest cities to get improved low-band LTE coverage from T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile says it’s made hundreds of low-band LTE upgrades in the past two weeks

T-Mobile regularly deploys low-band LTE upgrades to its network, and today the carrier has confirmed that another batch of upgrades was recently made. Hundreds of low-band LTE upgrades have been deployed across the country, T-Mobile announced today. The upgrades were performed over the last two weeks. These low-band LTE upgrades include both 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. This time around, T-Mobile has made … [read full article]

T-Mobile deploys low-band LTE upgrades in hundreds of cities

It’s only been a little over a week since T-Mobile last announced a round of low-band LTE upgrades, but today the carrier confirmed that more upgrades have been made. T-Mobile has deployed low-band LTE upgrades to hundreds of cities. Some of those cities include Phoenix, AZ; Spokane, WA; Green Bay, WI; Austin, TX; Great Barrington, MA; and Nashville, TN. Low-band LTE upgrades typically include 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. … [read full article]

T-Mobile says hundreds of 600MHz LTE sites upgraded in the past two weeks

Ready for another round of low-band LTE upgrades? T-Mobile has confirmed that it’s performed hundreds of low-band LTE over the past two weeks. These upgrades include 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. T-Mo’s latest LTE upgrades are sprinkled throughout the U.S., including cities like Phoenix, AZ; Corvallis, OR; Detroit, MI; Woburn, MA; Jacksonville, FL; and Austin, TX. As usual, below we’ve got the full list of cities that’ve … [read full article]